It’s now December, which means it’s okay to put on Christmas songs, and get your tree and decorations up.
It also means that the burden and stresses of Christmas shopping are firmly upon us, and busy shopping malls await.
Fortunately, if your wife, husband, sibling or child is a golf nut, we come bearing gifts.
Well, not the gifts themselves, but a comprehensive selection of the golf Christmas gifts we think Santa should bring to your loved one(s).
From equipment to accessories, we’ve got you covered…
Best Golf Christmas Gifts
Callaway GPSy Golf GPS Watch
But every penny counts, and in terms of value for money, we think the Callaway GPSy Golf GPS Watch could be the one to catch the eye of golf widows.
In terms of battery life (up to 12 hours in GPS mode), display, style and the number of courses preloaded (more than 30,000), this has a lot to offer, and it looks to be a steal when the price is as low as $125.
Bridgestone e6 Soft Personalized Golf Balls
And all for less than 30 bucks too!
For these reasons, the Bridgestone e6 Soft Personalized Golf Balls get the nod from us.
MGI Sureshot PINLOC 5000 iPS Rangefinder
If you are looking to splash out a little on your loved one, then a golf rangefinder is an awesome Christmas golf gift. There are many rangefinders on the market, but we recommend checking out the Sureshot PINLOC 5000 iPS. This rangefinder can hit a flag from 390 yards away and sends a pulse when it locks onto a target. The distance is then displayed on screen for 15 seconds. We particularly like this rangefinder as it includes a slope feature that corrects for uphill and downhill gradients, a 6x magnification feature for clearer views and priority lock feature that ignores background images.
Clicgear Push Cart Mitts
When you think Clicgear, you probably think only about their cutting-edge, streamlined push carts. Well, think again.
That’s because they also put their name to some fully waterproof and windproof mittens.
For anyone looking to brave the cold this winter, these are a must-have – especially when you can pick up a pair for as little at $20.
Beer Pong Golf: The Original
What’s Christmas without a game of beer pong? Or five? This is the golfing version, and it’s hours of fun, plus a great hub of entertainment if you’re hosting any parties over the festive season.
It comes armed with chipping mats, balls and all the relevant accessories, and looks to be good value at $150. The only thing we’d say is, it’s not as easy it looks.
And it doesn’t get any easier as the game goes on!
MGI Zip Navigator Electric Cart
Short of buying your dad an all expenses golf tour to Spain, you could blow his mind by getting him an electric golf cart for Christmas.
Electric golf carts are particularly great for golfers who have joint or back problems, but want to continue walking the course. The Zip Navigator from MGI is the gold standard for electric caddies. It includes an ingenious front swivel wheel that can be controlled remotely and allows it to seamlessly move in any direction.
It also comes with a patented technology that utilises a gyroscope for superior stability and agility. The cart is powered by a lithium battery (that comes included with a charger).
And if that wasn't enough, it's also lightweight and folds away easily for storage.
Men’s Under Armour Jordan Spieth Tour Cap
We’re not sure how much sun your hubby, dad or son is going to get over the next few months, but if you’re looking to buy a cap, you aren’t going to get many classier than this gem from Under Armour.
This delivers genuine breathability, durability, comfortability, and a HeatGear sweatband to minimise and absorb sweat.
The logos are pretty tidy as well, and for a competitive price (under $30), you may want in.
OptiShot2 Golf Simulator
This one will require you to push the boat out a bit. Okay, a lot: to the tune of $300, in fact. But it’s so amazingly cool that we just couldn’t leave it off the list.
The No products found. works with every club in the bag, and couldn’t be easier to set up. After that, you can play any hole or course in the world, play with or against other people and improve your game – all from the comfort of home.
And, hopefully, a room big enough to swing a club in!
Arccos Caddie Smart Sensors
There’s some strong products out there in terms of swing analyzers, but you can’t argue with Arccos, and three successive triumphs in Golf Digest’s “Best Game Analyzer” category at the Editor’s Choice Awards.
This shot-tracking system is fully automated, and provides all kinds of analytics, insights and analysis for each shot you hit. The bells and whistles are too many to list in this short paragraph, but all we’ll say is this: it’s the real deal, and totally worth the $250 price tag.
TaylorMade Flextech Lite Stand Bag
There are so many awesome stand bags out there at the moment, making a single choice is pure torture. But the one that we’re most into on this given day is the No products found..
It get gets an A+ for comfort, the stand system is robust and the micro-suede lining gives it a slick look.
Most importantly, it’s as light as a feather, and, for $100, it represents great bang for your buck.
FootJoy Tour-S Golf Shoes
In the thick of winter, and with mud and casual water making their presence felt, golf shoes are one area you don’t want to skimp.
In terms of being durable, weatherproof and comfortable, the FootJoy Tour-S shoes are hard to beat.
They’re 100% waterproof, boast a carbon fibre Heel Cup (plus Outsole Plate) and the trademark FootJoy launch pods.
They’re a picture of style too, and even at 250-odd dollars, you can rest assured that this pair of shoes is a value-for-money candidate for your shopping basket.
Ben Hogan’s Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf
This is a gripping insight into the genius of simplicity, and whether you’re a newbie, a budding amateur or a pro, the techniques in this book will give your golf game a new lease on life.
Little wonder it’s sold nearly a million copies – this truly is an all-time classic.